Summary: Sega turned another one of its great Dreamcast sports games into an even better PS2 game. This game is pretty much the same as the Dreamacst version, but still a whole lot of fun. This game has not only 8 men but also has 8 women players.
Summary: I've been playing a friend's copy of Sega Sports Tennis and just ordered it for myself. I have purchased Sega Sports Tennis and also Smash Court Tennis Pro Tournament, by Namco, both for Playstation 2. Sega Sports was released in July 2002, while Smash Court was released on March 2002.
Summary: sega sports really hit an ace this time. not only is the game fun, but it's really difficult to beat. it's not one of those lame games where you go through and beat the game in a matter of an hour or two. this game took me a month to beat it.
Summary: this is an AWESOME GAME!, i can't begin to explain how wonderful this game is. i had the namco version of tennis called SmashCourt Pro Tennis, it was a solid game, but to compare the two is something different. Sega is in a class all by themselves. they have the greatest sports games!
Summary: It's the best, alright. But its competition is...well, none existent, really. What I liked about the game was its attention to detail. Unlike other tennis title, your character actually developes in skill. At first, your ground strokes and serves are pathetically slow.
Summary: When it comes to tennis games for any system, there are less than a handfull of games out there. Tennis 2k2 is by far the best of the best when it comes to tennis games. The arcade game, Virtua Tennis, is an exceptional game. Tennis 2k2 improves on the other version for the Dreamcast.
Summary: I like it a lot. I like doing world tour mode (highest ranking 25 but then i had to take the game back). All the players look good and the venues look good. But i don't understand in tournament mode why you have to go to like 4 different places ( like i wish u could pick a tournment to enter like...